Are you enjoying this daily challenge? Now, my imagination is a medical doctor. I sketched a lady doctor at their lunch break. The kind doctor gave me permission. They were young doctors. Senior doctors teach them at hospital. A mass noun, "medicine" also means medical science. Yes, this lady is in medicine. A word, "medicine" has a medical meaning and a social meaning such as punishment (for well being) and an unpleasant substance. Social meanings interest me lot! A phrasal verb and and an idiom amuse me. Check "take one's medicine" and "a taste of one's own medicine." Ahahaha, the idiom sounds like a revenge! These expressions seem to have developed from a "bitter" medicine (oh, we hate it.)
Btw, Australian English has heavily influenced by British English. So, a word, "drug" is not used for a medicine here. American friends, which do you use, a "drug" or a "medicine" in a daily life, when you say a prescribed medicine in a positive meaning?
Do you have any funny episodes about a word, "medicine"?
I hope one day, all medical doctors will lose their job or be unemployed on the earth = No one is sick. Any deceases and sickness will disappear. All of us, human beings will be healthy! May my wish come true one day.
A tomorrow's theme is something in the style of Monet. (Aw, who set that theme?!)
Friends, Happy Painting!